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with extensive first warning weather coverage. we're going to begin in baltimore city where thousands remain in the dark tonight four days after the storm. >> reporter: seven people in maryland are now reported dead in the aftermath of the storm, including four heat-related deaths and tonight 800 more crews from across north america have arrived to help with massive problems like this one. >> right there. >> right in between. >> reporter: look closely and you can see westbrook's car underneath this massive tree. he was driving on rogers avenue when it landed on top of him. >> the tree surrounding all four of my doors, crashed through my back window, and i couldn't get out. >> reporter: crews had to pry him out. now power crews are trying to disentangle his car from the tree and get the lights back on in these hot homes. >> we've been surviving as much as possible. >> reporter: high heat combined with no ac has taken a deadly turn. >> i've never seen a storm like this. >> reporter: two heat-related deaths have been reported in baltimore city. the mayor fighting to get more utility crews in th
the death of the former baltimore city mayor and shaffer, shaffer will learn his fate. tensions could run high in new york over sugary drinks and the possible ban. a public hearing on bloomberg's plan to ban drinks in a fight against obesity. m and t will finish transforming football field in to a soccer field for the match between the hot spur and liverpool football club. >>> we saw the big bear, the big bear, the baby bear was yesterday. that bear walked in to a sears, asked where the electronic section was and no one helped him. >> you got jokes this morning. i hike that. we are warm, 75 degrees now in baltimore as we go down to cape hatteras. 78 there. the interior, that's the hottest. 87 st. louis. cincinnati 82. temperatures in the afternoon in the triple digits. it's going to feel like the triple digits to us once we add in the humidity. satellite and radar, not a lot. we have showers and thunderstorms in to indiana. we could see thunderstorms sparking as we go in to the afternoon. a cold front will slides through the area. manchester, beautiful sunrise, we could see the high cirru
in baltimore city. use extra caution this morning. this is the west side of the beltway at baltimore national pike. both loops are moving just fine with light volume. this is 95 at the fort mchenry toll plaza. southbound traffic is moving just fine. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> the continuing efforts by b.g.e. to restore all the power knocked out by friday storm. more than 170,000 customers without power. there were more than 240,000 without power yesterday morning at this time. crews have been restore power to more than 70,000 customers in the past 24 hours. b.g.e. crews had restored power to more that half a million customers in total since friday. be ge's is exercising a strict protocol -- b.g.e. is exercising strict protocol. they go after power feeders that clean to a large clusters of up to 2,000 customers. this is according to a b.g.e. spokesman. >> we need to plan for the worst and hope for the best. this could be a long restoration period. it could extend into the weekend. >> we will have a live interview coming up later this morning during our 6:00 a.m. hour. nadia ram
,000 customers without power. the majority in baltimore county, 39,000 or so. there's 30,000 in the city. you can see the numbers to our south as well. of course, it is exactly the wrong time for people to be without electricity and air-conditioning with eight straight days of temperatures above 90. the heat is aboving to be fatal for some. -- is proving to be fatal for some. our first warning weather coverage continues now with derek value value -- valcourt. >> outside it's a scorchers. inside city health offices it's heating up. >> how are you doing? we're calling our senior citizens to make sure you're doing okay. >> the city set up a bank phone calling residents over the age of 80 checking how they're handling the heat. those who don't answer may get a visit. >> we're doing everything we can to make sure that we reduce and eliminate the number of heat related deaths. >> already maryland has seen two deaths from the heat. doctors say those most at risk have underlying health problems. >> they do worse with the heat and they do worse with every day of the heat. you can see increase aring probl
. >>> right now, more than 53,000 customers in baltimore county are still without power. baltimore city, anne arundel county, and howard county are also struggling. in total, more than 147,000 bge customers in maryland are still out. for more details on the power restoration progress, vic carter is live with bge spokesman rob gould. >> rob, thanks again for joining us. you said you have the bulk of the people back online. but it's still going to take a while. >> yes. we have 80% or more restored. but it's really that 147,000 figure that we're ficked on now. and of course, -- fixed on now. and of course, if you're without power, you don't care how many are restored. you want to be restored. for all of these images we're showing you, it's just going to take sometime. >> what is the biggest challenge facing you at this time? >> trees, trees and more trees. this storm is as bad if not worse than a hurricane. and hurricane irene, what we saw there is pretty bad. this is real bad. we have trees all over the place, in places you wouldn't expect to see them having come down. and that's really posing
he leads police on a pursuit from baltimore city into anne arundel county. police tried to stop 26-year-old darryl watson jr. for a seat belt violation on druid hill avenue yesterday evening. but he took off, leading police on a pursuit to the edge of baltimore city, where they called off the chase. sky team followed the car on to route 100. the car andilted on to telegraph road and centers crossed the center line and slammed into another car. officers with canine caught him in a vacant house half a mile away. >> very scary, because had i left work when i was supposed to, i could have been a part of that accident, which, thank god, i stayed at work a little late. >> police say watson was not the owner of the vehicle he was driving and was in violation of a parole warrant no. one was injured during the chase. >> we knew storms were coming last night, but the rain was awfully heavy. currently more than 7,000 customers are still without power this morning, but that's down from nearly 30,000 since the storm first hit. take a look at some of the flooding in the fells point area last nig
- thousand customers in baltimore city without power.more than 19- thousand in baltimoree county... and n anne arrndel countt... more than 44- hundred.ssnce the storm begann bge has restoreddpower to more from bout half a millioo customers without power at the height of llst friday's storms ... to about ????? at this time of day ...bge is making progress. but that hasn't ptopped criticism of the recovery effoor ... for thhs week's take action thursday, rob gould with bge joinn us. us. 3 3&p--burying wires underground. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 a soutt african man will represent his country in track duringgthe upcoming london olympicc.how he will accomplish this feet... without legs. 3 --adblib weather tz-- notes are flying high in worrd's best harmonnzing groups are competing for the title of "world's best barbershop quartet." quartet."quartet nats naas wednesddy... to hear the harmonies that the singers pave been working hard all yyar to perfect.to them... it's like preparing for a competitive sport. code red weather warnings, huuid and hot temperatures... when will e see a cool down?chief met
- related deaths. >> reporter: already, maryland has seen four deaths from the heat. two from baltimore city, one in montgomery county, another in wicomico county. doctors say those at risk have underlying health problems. >> they do worse with the heat. and they do worse with every day of the heat. you can see increasing problems and increasing deaths as the heat wave goes on. >> reporter: but it's so hot, even healthy adults are in trouble. >> i've gotten dizzy. so i decided to carry an umbrella today. because the heat just pounds on you. and it's excruciating. >> i got business, i take care of it in the morning. so when it's starting to get real hot, i'm heading towards home. >> i'm not young myself. so it's pretty hard on all of us. >> reporter: howard monet already opens his air- conditioned home to friends and family. and with power still out for tens of thousands, health officials are hoping others will do the same and keep the sun from taking lives. >> hospital emergency rooms also feeling the heat. many have noticed an uptick in the number of people over the age of 65, who are comin
on the victim's condition. we're following breaking is at a baltimore city. police are investigating a serious shooting in west baltimore. we're told that happened about half an hour ago. homicide detectives are on the scene because of the serious nature. baltimore county police have linked a suspect in a recent burglary to a sexual assault case. ricky marion bostic tried to break into a home on thursday night. upon further investigation, detectives believe the is the same man who sexually assaulted a woman and her roommate back in may. >> we took his fingerprints and we compared them to evidence recovered from a may 24 sexual assault. the fingerprints were a match. >> he remains behind bars tonight charged with first- degree burglary and sexual offenses. anne arundel medical center officials say an electrical fire and utility closet prompted the evacuation of more than two dozen mothers and newborns. a staff members and helped to escort people out of the building. the fire was found inside a third floor utility closet. fire crews were able to extinguish the fire, but not before much of the ho
crushed by a tree in northeast baltimore city. that souped -- that sound has become a common one as clean up continues. now we're left with power outages and all the damage and another issue the heat. it has turned deadly as the clean up continues. wjz and mike schuh is live near bwi this morning. mike is standing near a grove of cherry pickers. good morning, mike. >> reporter: that's a good one to put it. there's a giant tent just on the other side of here where the night shift is coming in and getting grubbed up with the food they're catering. they offer landry and all sorts of services. there are 1,300 out of state and sometimes out of country workers here. 3,300 people in all between the out of stateers and the bge crew trying to restore power. it's a massive effort. >> right in between. >> look closely. do you see the car underneath this tree? this man was driving on rogers avenue when it landed on top of him. >> the tree surrounding all four of my doors, cracked through my back window. >> emergency crews had to pry him out. now power crews are trying to untangle his car from that t
through rush-hour tomorrow morning. state highway crews will prepare the road. baltimore city police that a shutdown and suspected drug house and self baltimore. investigators say detectives executed search warrant at the home on orlin road which they say netted illegal narcotics, weapons, and $11,000 in cash, and led to the rest of 25-year- old charles wilson. he is facing drug and weapons charges. we are told a tip from the community led to the bust. a shortage of critical prescription drugs has been a serious problem for hospitals and health care for bottles for several years. investigators say records show a pharmacy in north carolina was buying drugs and selling them, often on the same day, to a wholesaler owned by the same person. regulators contend that wholesaler was selling the drugs again at higher prices. there is no evidence that the former she was ever filling prescriptions. >> this is simply about greed. people wanting to make a quick buck at the expense of sick american people. it is definitely making the shortages worse and also driving up the prices. >> another reaso
baltimore city wittout power.more than 69- thousann in ballimore coonty... and more than 38- thousand in anne arundel county.b-g-e has restored power to more thaa 466-thousand of its customers pince friday night. it was hours bbfore b-g-e this downed wire innthe back yard of a home near the intersection oo park heights and spaulding avenues.the owners of the hhme asked the &pfire department for help butt obviousll they were unable to wws shut off.officials say if you ever see downed wires... never touch them and always &passume electricityyii still running through them. and jjining us right now... is b-g-e spokesman, rob gould. 3 3 3 as we've been seeing and hearing...the storm created a maryland...and across huge mess all storm creeted a hearing...the seeing and as we've been 3 hearing...the storm cceated a hugg mess all across maryland...and there's still photojournalist dave larson caught up with some residents of north baltimore who are anxious for action. action. 3 p3for action. action. we have been getting hundreds of pictures from our fox45 viewers ... when news happens....
baltimore city firefighters -& parentt who haven't had power pradition took on special 3 "it's like camping in your own house. (laughter) i'm hoping it comesson soon." soon." "not ideal, buu there you go..there re a lot worstt things in life." life."firefighterr shut off the alves at 11130.some are being told it could be another thhee of four days before their power will be restored. righttnow, more thann70 -ttousand peopleeare still without power.... 3 crews at the b-g-e command centee have been workiig round has called in aateam of 38- hundred people.. including reenforcmenns from other states. each areeassigned to various storm roles.... many shifts. "iq: you think about it, theyy literally hit the rack.... oqq hours." b-g-e exppcts to work throughout the eek and into the wwekend. so, far they've rrstored service to more than half a miilion customers. pain.. as firefighters climb -3 over a truck to his rescue... the victim of a runaway vehicle. a green piikup slammed into the sea pride craa house at monroe and pratt at about 2 o'ccock toddy. the truck struck a man standing at the
and cooling off.at the end of the roland park paradee baltimore city firefighters -& parentt who haven't had power pradition took on special 3 "it's like camping in your own house. (laughter) i'm hoping it comesson soon." soon." "not ideal, buu there you go..there re a lot worstt things in life." life."firefighterr shut off the alves at 11130.some are being told it could be another thhee of four days before their power will be restored. righttnow, more thann70 -ttousand peopleeare still without power.... 3 crews at the b-g-e command centee have been workiig round has called in aateam of 38- hundred people.. including reenforcmenns from other states. each areeassigned to various storm roles.... many shifts. "iq: you think about it, theyy literally hit the rack.... oqq hours." b-g-e exppcts to work throughout the eek and into the wwekend. so, far they've rrstored service to more than half a miilion customers. pain.. as firefighters climb -3 over a truck to his rescue... the victim of a runaway vehicle. a green piikup slammed into the sea pride craa house at monroe and pratt at about 2
immigrants should get in-state tuition discounts for college. now - baltimore city hall - is taking up the battle. the mayor - now front and center - in this divisive issue. she's featured in a new ad in support of the dream act - although she never actually mentions the legislation. the ad also featured children as young as babies. and talks about the infinite possibilities for education. and while political analysts say the approach of tugging on voters' heartstrings may be an effective strategy... it's less likely that a politician's voice in the debate - will change the minds of many voters. <"most people know how they feel about it... don't need to be told by authority figures how to vote."> to be clear about the dream act - it's not about guaranteeing or denying student admissions. it's a matter of how much children of illegals should pay.critics of the law say it'll cost maryland taxpayers millions of dolalrs to subsidize their educational discounts.live from city hall - melinda roeder - fox 45 news - late edition. see... all of our stories... about the dream act../.at... fox
in baltimore county. baltimore city, anne arundel county and howard county, are also seeing a high number of outages. in total, 79,000 bge customers still do not have electricity. >>> right now, a heat advisory is in effect, adding to the troubles, during this storm recovery. first warning weather coverage continues now, with bob turk, who is tracking would temperatures and storms. bob? >> storms certainly a possibility upon as you mentioned. we have a couple that just popped up north and west of the region. let's take a look at this stuff moving down from pennsylvania. and there's more off across the extreme northwestern portion of pennsylvania. that could affect the region. one storm south of taneytown. another in front of catoctin, south of thurmont. these are moving off to the southeast. at 20 miles per hour. there you see them, over the last hour. heading towards walkersville. these have had a history of lightning and wind gusts around 35 to 40 miles an hour. they will continue to develop this afternoon and this evening. unfortunately, there is a risk of some severe storms tonight un
: and they are making progress. the most outages right now are in baltimore county, followed by the city and anne arundel county. more than 7500 lines were reported down, from that storm on friday. reporting live, mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >> okay, mike. thank you. >>> and our first warning weather coverage continues now with rochelle ritchie, who has more on the impact in cecil county. >> reporter: well, vic, the family is still waiting to see if their home can be saved. the evidence of their near death experience, still lies in their yard. >> reporter: he's only 6 years old. but benny dixon knows all too well the sound of fear. >> you can see how that was a big mess. >> reporter: dixon was seen friday night, when his parents burst into his room. snatching him and his little sister out of their bed. >> daddy said we had to go to another safe place. and we did. we went to the bathroom closet. >> reporter: his parents could hear the howling winds winds and winds and crackling trees. what happened next nearly killed them. >> my husband knew right away, a tree went through the house. >> re
and another accident over baltimore city along edmonton at mount holly street. outside for a live shot 695 showing drivers pumping the brakes at this hour. charley over to you. >>> breaking news in baltimore city medic and patient are hospitalized after falling 6 feet after a porch collapse. it happened on east 33rd street before 6:30 this morning. that's in north baltimore. the area of the city is video back into the abc2 newsroom and according to authorities, the home was vacant but it's not clear if there was a homeless person inside that was injured or the previous home owner. the video coming in moments ago from the abc2 newsroom. no word on the condition of the medic or the patient. fire crews say the porch collapsed because it was old. we have great shots. it's going to be available at abc2news.com. once again this story in north baltimore. now back to new york for more good morning america. we are back with weather and traffic one more time in 30 minutes. have great weekend. ♪ >>> whoo! no doubt taking center stage in the summer concert series. they are all here in central park t
water as well. for more information on a cooling center near you in baltimore city call 311 or go to wjz.com. >>> we've shown you northwest baltimore, now we're going to show you more of baltimore. ron matz is live. >> reporter: you can see this massive tree knocked down by the storm. we're all dealing with the heat, lack of electricity, a lot of people with spoiled food. gigi barnett taking a look at ann arundel county. >> the weight of downed trees, snapped power lines in this neighborhood, residents are waiting for bge to take action. these long time neighbors have been in the dark since the winds rolled through the area friday night. >> no power. >> they're trying to get through the heat. >> well, we've been leaving the doors open, the windows open. >> they're shaded by a century old oak tree hoping for a breeze. >> we're still blessed because we still have our homes. some limbs came down out of one of these huge trees and it went the opposite direction. >> for some neighbors this weekend's storm has put a damper on their 4th of july holiday. others say they will find a way to celeb
this morning. let's take you to the maps. an accident in baltimore city, to bring your attention to. fleet at central avenue. we have to tell you an issue in cane street lumbart, an accident that is giving us slower than normal speeds. orioles are in town tonight at 7:05, expect delays after 5:00. 30 miles per hours down to baltimore washington parkway. southbound lane at 195 at 175. this is a shot of bell ware road. see you in 25 with another traffic update. so what i'm saying is, people like options. when you take geico, you can call them anytime you feel like saving money. it don't matter, day or night. use your computer, your smartphone, your tablet, whatever. the point is, you have options. oh, how convenient. hey. crab cakes, what are you looking at? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. ♪ >>> why are we playing "hail to the chief"? i don't know but the crowd seems to love it. who are they seeing out there? the latest on the campaign trail. there he is, will ferrell, starring as cam brady. that's how you roll. >> congratulations on running
the total of heat related deaths to eight, three from baltimore city and the fourth from montgomery county. head to abc2news.com for a list of all the locations of cooling centers. >>> traffic alert to tell you ability, delays along york road, a water main bustled twice, but it's been fixed. we're talking about warren and shawon roads, one southbound lane will be closed until the road is completely repaired. that could impact your commute. we're out of time. we're going to send you back to new york for good morning medical care, we'll have another update coming up. [ cheers and applause ] >>> look at that. big soundcheck. what do we call them again? >> lovatics. >> demi lovato fans, swarming central park. we count down to the superstar. as good and inspirational as we have, taking center stage there. in just a bit, the summer concert series rolling merrily along, as we wish you all a very good morning. robin and george, taking time off. amy robach by my side. >>> the divorce battle between katie holmes and tom cruise is heating up. surprise, surprise. did katie take a cue from tom's two ol
huge profits, but it may also have cheated consumers. the city of baltimore and the firefighters and police union of new britain, connecticut, have already filed a lawsuit against barclays and other international banks claiming that a low libor cost them a return on their investments. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, london. >>> a jetblue airline pilot who disrupted his own flight leaving the cockpit and screaming about religion and terrorists has been found not guilty due to mental illness. clayton osbon was charged with interfering with a flight crew after the incident in march. a federal judge in amarillo, texas where the plane made an emergency landing ordered him to a mental health facility. for further tests. >> the titans of competitive eating will take part in one of the biggest sporting events of the year. the nathan's hot dog eating contest in coney island. we have a preview yesterday of sorts. our buddy john elliott coming up on the left weatherman from our weather station in new york city up against former nathan's champ. takeru kobayashi. looks like john is gobbling these
rawlings blake passed out ice at a northeast baltimore community. the action program will operate five centers around the city, they will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. each will have cool air and free water. the health department's office of aging and care services will offer 6 additional centers on a code red heat alert day, the health department recommends that you remember to drink water or juice. avoid alcohol and caffeine and wear light colored clothing. check on your senior citizens, call 311 with the heat related medical emergency and log on to abc2news.com for a complete list of the cooling centers and that story is located on our home page. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> mta wants everyone to know public transportation is operational and up and going this morning. crews said they were able to meet the needs of people to get somewhere if they need to today. bus service will arun but commuters could face diversions because of the streets blocked by fallen trees or power outages. >>> back over to mike, we thought we were out of the woods last night, around 12:30, a round r
from salt lake city to baltimore. and 80s here in the northeast. >>> well, crews battling the huge western wildfires need all the help they can get. but actually they now have just lost some crucial equipment in the fight. seven military air tankers are now grounded after a c-130 cargo plane with a crew of six went down sunday night while fighting a fire in south dakota. the crash killed at least one of the crew members who were based in north carolina. president obama has already offered his condolences. >>> new details are emerging about the navy jet that slammed into a virginia beach apartment complex in april. investigators say for the first time ever, both engines on the f-18 hornet failed. the right engine stalled. and the left engine also malfunctioned. they're still trying to figure out exactly caused the event. the pilots did manage to eject safely and miraculously. no one on the ground was killed. >>> with that we turn to the largest health care fraud settlement in the nation's history. prosecutors say drug maker, glaxosmithkline promoted a culture of greed with profits m
. >> new york city will hit 93, with lower humidity. baltimore and chicago could break records with temperatures close to 100. phoenix cooler than usual at 97. >>> phoenix and other cities in arizona and new mexico are bracing for the annual monsoon season. outside albuquerque, they placed sandbags in and around homes as a precaution. and the national guard is there as well. just in case. there is a big risk of flash floods after recent wildfires burned off all of the vegetation. >>> and now we turn to some holiday outings that turned to tragic freak accidents. a 10-year-old boy swimming in an eastern tennessee marina was electrocuted in the water, and another boy, he nearly died. the two were swimming between houseboats on cherokee lake in east tennessee. several other people were taken to the hospital. >>> in missouri two children there were electrocuted in lake of the ozarks after swimming off a private dock, the victims a 13-year-old girl and her 8-year-old brother. adults raced to shut off the electric current to the dock and rescue the kids. it was simply too late. >>> no
past the 100-degree mark in many cities over the weekend. shot up to 97 in baltimore. so hot in fact people were lining up for those much-coveted bags of ice. more now from abc's ginger zee. >> reporter: it's an epic heat wave. >> i think it is too hot. i am not a heat person. >> reporter: 105 in atlanta, georgia. 103, raleigh, north carolina, 103 for birmingham, alabama. big numbers under a huge heat dome. it is not a technical term. here's what it is. a high-pressure system that settles in and barely budges. here's how it works. high pressure compresses air to the ground increasing the molecule's energy and that warms it up all around us. that's the science. here's how it feels -- oppressive heat with no break. a gigantic fan offering relief at a golf tournament in atlanta. for this pup, it took an icy the -- icy treat to cool down. in atlanta, it was one too many overheated innings, the nationals pitcher pulled out of the game with heat exhaustion. across the river in new jersey, paramedics were responding to emergency heat-related calls, barraged by 20 an hour. >> we see a rise i
't be the case if you are using the jfx in to the city. an accident you want to watchout for in northwest baltimore, reisterstown. that's a look at your time saver traffic. like me on facebook to win a $600 gift card. man: there's a cattle guard, take a right. do you have any idea where you're going ? wherever the wind takes me. this is so off course. nature can surprise you sometimes... next time, you drive. next time, signal your turn. ...that's why we got a subaru. love wherever the road takes you. hey, i got a leak ! yoo hoo ! wait a minute, come back ! um, miss ? up here! right. like 85% of us, you have hard water stains and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is, you need something powerful. you need lime-a-way. it's 4 times more effective at removing limescale than the leading bathroom cleaner. because lime-a-way is specially formulated to conquer hard water stains. for lime, calcium and rust... lime-a-way is a must. [ cheers and applause ] >>> we have a fantastic crowd. in times square. always happy to have you join us at home, as well. >> happy crowd out there. >> indeed, it i
at theaters around the nation including here in maryland. city and county police are boosting patrols. local theaters are allowing guests to wear costumes and masks to enter. >>> a devastated baltimore family mourns a hero as another marylander dies in afghanistan. military officials are saying 28-year-old army sergeant, daniel rodriguez was killed by a roadside bomb. he was a 10 year veteran on his second deployment to iraq. he is the seventh to dial this year and the fifth in afghanistan. >>> of a bill written to expand gambling statewide should be really next -- ready next week. that's from the governor's office. he wants to allow table games at maryland casinos, but it still needs approval in november. lawmakers have until august 20th to pass the legislation. >>> wet weekend so far. here is a look at today's first warning weather. occasional rain, 76 today. ,,,,,,night, look for 66 and we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >>
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